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by Isaac Asimov I received a letter from a reader the other day. It was handwritten in crabbed penmanship so that it was very difficult to read. Nevertheless, I tried to make it out just in case it might prove to be important. In the first sentence, he told me he was majoring in English Literature, but felt he needed to teach me science. (I sighed a bit, for I knew very few English Lit majors who are equipped to teach me science, but I am very aware of the vast state of my ignorance and I am prepared to learn as much as I can from anyone, however low on the social scale, so I read on.)
Okay, everybody, that's it. We can go ahead and pack it in now, because the Internet has reached its final form. And it happened in the way that I think we all knew it would: With a massive picture of 493 Pokemon drawn as anime girls. At this point, the response is less "why?" than "of course it is."
100 Realistic Pokemon Art If any of you were like me as a kid, you remember about twelve years ago (even earlier for those from Japan) when Pokemon first entered the lives of the public and changed the gaming industry forever. Quickly becoming the second highest grossing video game series only outdone by Nintendo’s own Super Mario. Many of you may have grown up playing the games, going from the simplistic Gameboy games, to the Trading Cards or maybe even just the TV Show and the Movies. With the Thirteenth North American anniversary of the Franchise coming up early next year, I bring you one hundred pieces of fabulous art, reminding us of our childhood trying to catch them all, and many bringing these childish creatures into a more adult existence.
This incomplete list is not intended to be exhaustive. This list pertains to current, widely held, erroneous ideas and beliefs about notable topics which have been reported by reliable sources. Each has been discussed in published literature, as has its topic area and the facts concerning it. Note that the statements which follow are corrections based on known facts; the misconceptions themselves are referred to rather than stated.